Today I saw a video in which ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti teaches us how to make pitas in space, and invites us to try to make them at home. I understand that much of the food on the ISS is freezed dried. My sister and I enjoy freeze-dried mangos and would like to send some to the ISS crew to taste. Who should I contact to propose to send the astronauts our favorite snack?
I feel that this question is related to space exploration as one of the purposes of the ISS is to establish a human presence off-planet, or to practice doing so. All permanent human dwellings have mail service, even if it is irregular or not periodic. Therefore, to normalize the ISS to a normal human dwelling it should be expected that people would be able to send packages there, even under scrutiny. Realizing this would be a terrific step forward in man's conquest of space.
Note that this question was translated into English by my father, who is the one typing it. I'm eight years old and I don't use SE unsupervised.